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Interested in joining the Eurasia Festival & Institute Team? Please fill out the form below.

Lessons are taught both at Eurasia Cultural Center in Murray Hill, Manhattan or at the student's home.

Eurasia Festival and Institute seeks Teaching Artists


The Eurasia Festival and Institute provides music students of all ages and every level of creative development instruction and performance experiences in New York City year-long.  


Located at East 35th Street and Park Avenue in one of Manhattan’s most charming and picturesque sections, also known as Murray Hill, the Eurasia Music Institute offers instruction in the following disciplines: Piano, Voice, Violin, Viola, Cello, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone, Guitar, Vocal Coaching, Chamber Music, Orchestra, and Acting.


The study program of the Eurasia Festival and Institute includes individual and group coachings by acclaimed faculty, as well as public performance opportunities at Eurasia Festival’s concert series. 


The faculty for the Eurasia Festival and Institute is composed of members selected among the most eminent, internationally renowned figures on the music scene.


Job Summary:

Eurasia Festival and Institute is seeking teaching artists who can teach private lessons in any and all of the following instruments: violin, viola, cello, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone and guitar. Lessons range from 45 to 60 minutes and are available for students of all ages. Eurasia Festival and Institute staff works with teaching artists to schedule their lessons Monday – Saturday depending on student availability. Lessons are scheduled within the Fall semester, September - January and Spring semester, February – June as well as the summer session, depending on student interest. Eurasia Festival and Institute staff coordinates to schedule private lessons and handles lesson billing as well as teacher payment.



  • Bachelor’s Degree (required)

  • Master’s Degree (preferred)

  • Advanced knowledge of music theory, history and technique

  • Experience teaching youth & adult (3 year minimum)

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to think critically and problem solve

  • Commitment to quality, creativity, and innovation



  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge of music theory, history and technique to effectively teach students

  • Work closely with students to develop their music skills while creating a fun and safe atmosphere

  • Co-develop and facilitate private lessons that are developmentally appropriate for students ranging from childhood to adulthood

  • Ability to tailor lessons to students individual needs and abilities

  • Communicate and collaborate with Eurasia Festival & Institute staff on curriculum, lesson planning and scheduling

  • Prepare and conduct culminating performances and recitals

  • Participate in faculty and teaching artists meetings and professional developments

Essential Physical Job Functions:

Ability to carry instruments.

Light lifting for recital preparation.




  • 3 year(s): Teaching youth & adult




  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher


Thank you for your interest in working with Eurasia Festival & Institute. We will be in touch shortly.

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